Louisville Magazine

MAR 2017

Louisville Magazine is Louisville's city magazine, covering Louisville people, lifestyles, politics, sports, restaurants, entertainment and homes. Includes a monthly calendar of events.

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krebsoptical.com feat5k.com LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 3.17 13 LIBA Partner Pages A sampling of local businesses who are LIBA members. For a complete, searchable list, download our app or visit keeplouisvilleweird.com/directory Theatre [502] 111 N Wenzel Street, 509-1595, theatre502.org Theatre [502] produces recent and relevant plays that speak to Louisville audiences and gets them talking. Dundee Candy Shop 2112 Bardstown Road,452-9266, dundeecandy.com Gourmet chocolates and truffles. Modjeskas, Bourbon Balls, gummi candy, licorice, cordials, malted milk balls and much more! We ship and deliver. Greater Louisville Inc. 614 West Main Street, Suite 6000, 625-0000, greaterlouisville.com Greater Louisville Inc. The Metro Chamber of Commerce offers member businesses multi-faceted networking outlets and business development resources. Babyology 3934 Dutchmans Lane, 721-7727, babyology.com Offering services and products for the expectant & new parent. We offer nursing bras, sales and rental breast pumps, baby carriers, classes, lactation consultations, & more! Louisville Family Chiropractic 8117 New LaGrange Road, 326-9950, lfchiro.net Louisville Family Chiropractic is a locally-owned family wellness office, focusing on keeping Louisville "weird" and "healthy" at the same time! Collective Courage Events: Sunday, March 5, 2 p.m. Louisville Free Public Library Monday, March 6, 12 noon Brandeis School of Law Community-owned businesses (COBs) and Cooperatives include a range of business types and structures that share the common feature of being financed and owned solely by local residents. Their formation often is sparked by major unmet needs locally where the prospect of those needs being filled profitably by an individual entrepreneur is minimal. COBs provide much promise for urban neighborhoods, although they've started most frequently in rural areas where large chain grocers or "superstores" some distance away have driven out small-town grocers or merchants and left residents with no place in town to buy necessities. (Source: American Independent Business Alliance) LIBA is excited to be part of the team bringing author Jessica Gordon Nembhard to Louisville, and we hope her visit will provide the lightning rod around which local efforts can coalesce. (Details to the right.) Louisville Independent Business Alliance: (502) 473-4687 keeplouisvilleweird.com jennifer@keeplouisvilleweird.com Both events are free but require registration. Jessica Gordon Nembhard, author of the groudbreaking book Collective Courage, chronicles African American cooperative business ownership and its place in the movements for Black civil rights and economic equality. LADIES NIGHT Thursday, March 16 th from 5-7 p.m. Come enjoy a ladies night trunk show! The full KATE SPADE eyeglass collection will be on display one night only, just in time for your Derby & Spring Break festivities! Bring a friend & enjoy a fun filled evening of wine & shopping. 20% off complete frame & Rx lens orders 10% off all non-prescription sunglasses 129 St. Matthews Avenue, Louisville, Ky 40207 (502) 897-1199 | krebsoptical.com

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